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Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

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Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992)
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Odeon, EMI, CBS/Sony Inc | Progressive Rock / Art-Rock

Roger Waters was Pink Floyd's grand conceptualist, the driving force behind such albums as Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, and The Wall. In the wake of Syd Barrett's departure, Waters emerged as a formidable songwriter, but it's this stretch of '70s albums – each one nearly symphonic in its reach – that established him as a distinctive, idiosyncratic voice within rock and, following his departure from Floyd in 1985, he continued to create new works in this vein (notably, 1992's Amused to Death) and capitalized on the enduring popularity of his old band by staging live revivals of Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall in their entireties.

Waters didn't start playing music until he was on the cusp of his 20th birthday. His childhood was haunted by the departure of his father Eric, a schoolteacher who abandoned his status as a conscientious objector to World War II to join the British Army. Eric Waters died in combat when Roger was five months old, and his mother Mary moved him and his brother to Cambridge. There, Waters met his future bandmates Syd Barrett and David Gilmour, but it wasn't until he was studying architecture at Regent Street Polytechnic that the first incarnation of Pink Floyd came into view. Waters and his fellow students Nick Mason and Rick Wright played with vocalist Keith Noble and bassist Clive Metcalfe in a group called Sigma 6, and once they departed, Roger brought in Barrett. This was in the fall of 1963 and by 1965, the group had gelled into the Pink Floyd Sound, dropping the "Sound" in 1966. By that time, Barrett was the unquestioned leader, the singer/songwriter responsible for the band's earliest singles and 1967's debut Piper at the Gates of Dawn, but that album also bore Waters' first original tune, "Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk."

Due to mental illness, Barrett left Pink Floyd in 1968 and was replaced by David Gilmour. Over the next few years, the Floyd's audience steadily grew. Often, the band collaborated on compositions, but Waters was the member with the largest number of solo songs. He also stepped away from the band to collaborate with Ron Geesin for the 1970 soundtrack to The Body, but 1971's Meddle and 1972's Obscured by Clouds found Floyd dividing the work equally.

Waters asserted a heavy degree of creative control for 1973's Dark Side of the Moon, penning all the lyrics, creating the concept, and receiving music writing credits on all but three of the songs. Dark Side turned out to be the pivotal album in Pink Floyd's career, an instant hit that turned into an enduring blockbuster. Two years later, the band delivered Wish You Were Here – a concept loosely based on the departed Barrett – and the dystopian Animals followed in 1977. During the supporting tour for Animals, Waters felt himself retreating from his audience, and he used this as an inspiration for writing the semi-autobiographical rock opera The Wall. Roger took The Wall and what became his 1984 solo debut The Pros & Cons of Hitch Hiking to the band and they chose to record The Wall.

The recording of The Wall was difficult – Wright left the band and became a contract player – but the 1979 double album was a smash, leading to a 1982 feature film produced by Alan Parker. By this point, Waters was the band's leader and he shepherded them through The Final Cut, a 1983 album that was billed as "A requiem for the post-war dream by Roger Waters, performed by Pink Floyd." This subtitle suggested the ill will within the band and, soon, Waters left. First came Pros & Cons in 1984 – the album featured Eric Clapton on lead guitar – and Waters officially left the band in 1985, filing a lawsuit to dissolve it the following year. His claim was rejected and Gilmour, Mason, and Wright continued as Pink Floyd, while Waters continued his solo career. Waters contributed songs to the 1986 animated adaptation of When the Wind Blows, and in 1987 he released the ambitious concept album Radio K.A.O.S., supporting the album with a world tour. Once the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989, Waters decided to revive The Wall theatrical production – Floyd only performed a handful of shows in 1980, due to its expense – as an all-star tribute concert in Berlin in July 1990. Two years later he released his first album for Columbia: Amused to Death, an anti-war concept album featuring Jeff Beck on guitar. Although there was no tour to support the album, it performed well, gaining Silver certification in the U.K.

Waters began touring again in 1999, launching the In the Flesh Live international tour. Along with reviving his live performing career, he attempted to launch a Broadway adaptation of The Wall and released two anti-war songs on the internet in 2004: "To Kill the Child" and "Leaving Beirut." A reunion with Pink Floyd followed in 2005, with the group appearing at the Live 8 Benefit at Hyde Park. Greeted by rave reviews, the band nevertheless didn't capitalize on it, choosing to stay separated. Waters released his opera Ca Ira in 2005 and then in 2006, he spent two years touring The Dark Side of the Moon. The success of this tour led to Waters launching a touring rendition of The Wall and its success eclipsed Dark Side; in 2013, it held the record for being the highest-grossing solo tour. Two years later, Waters decided to document this successful production of The Wall through a new theatrical documentary called Roger Waters' The Wall, which was accompanied by the release of a soundtrack of the same name in November 2015.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic
Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]


Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992):

Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

Tracklist VNL01 - Roger Waters & Ron Gessin - music from The Body:
JP LP 1970 Odeon Records, OP-80214

A1. Our Song [01:35]
A2. Sea Shell And Stone [02:08]
A3. Red Stuff Writhe [01:19]
A4. A Gentle Breeze Blew Through Life [01:12]
A5. Lick Your Partners [00:35]
A6. Bridge Passage For Three Plastic Teeth [00:35]
A7. Chain Of Life [04:00]
A8. The Womb Bit [02:06]
A9. Embryo Thought [00:40]
A10. March Past Of The Embryos [01:16]
A11. More Than Seven Dwarfs In Penis-Land [02:00]
A12. Dance Of The Red Corpuscles [02:12]
B1. Body Transport [03:14]
B2. Hand Dance - Full Evening Dress [01:03]
B3. Breathe [02:53]
B4. Old Folks Ascension [03:43]
B5. Bed-Time-Dream-Clime [02:03]
B6. Piddle In Perspex [00:57]
B7. Embryonic Womb-Walk [01:19]
B8. Mrs. Throat Goes Walking [02:06]
B9. Sea Shell And Soft Stone [01:58]
B10. Give Birth To A Smile [02:57]

foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2017-02-23 12:21:50

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Analyzed: ROGER WATERS & RON GEESIN / music from The Body
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR14 -5.05 dB -24.09 dB 1:35 01-Our Song
DR11 -10.94 dB -25.08 dB 2:08 02-Sea Shell And Stone
DR12 -9.54 dB -25.39 dB 1:19 03-Red Stuff Writhe
DR9 -6.08 dB -19.24 dB 1:12 04-A Gentle Breeze Blew Through Life
DR10 -8.26 dB -20.28 dB 0:35 05-Lick Your Partners
DR11 -6.76 dB -20.51 dB 0:35 06-Bridge Passage For Three Plastic Teeth
DR12 -10.50 dB -26.66 dB 4:00 07-Chain Of Life
DR12 -5.86 dB -22.49 dB 2:06 08-The Womb Bit
DR9 -5.41 dB -19.30 dB 0:40 09-Embryo Thought
DR11 -5.73 dB -22.42 dB 1:16 10-March Past Of The Embryos
DR12 -5.93 dB -22.07 dB 2:00 11-More Than Seven Dwarfs In Penis-Land
DR11 -5.55 dB -20.37 dB 2:12 12-Dance Of The Red Corpuscles
DR16 -4.41 dB -26.34 dB 3:14 13-Body Transport
DR10 -12.10 dB -26.70 dB 1:03 14-Hand Dance - Full Evening Dress
DR11 -9.43 dB -24.05 dB 2:53 15-Breathe
DR12 -5.26 dB -22.03 dB 3:43 16-Old Folks Ascension
DR11 -14.83 dB -29.47 dB 2:04 17-Bed-Time-Dream-Clime
DR10 -13.27 dB -27.48 dB 0:57 18-Piddle In Perspex
DR10 -11.17 dB -26.74 dB 1:19 19-Embryonic Womb-Walk
DR12 -5.54 dB -22.43 dB 2:06 20-Mrs. Throat Goes Walking
DR11 -10.29 dB -23.35 dB 1:58 21-Sea Shell And Soft Stone
DR12 -2.78 dB -18.40 dB 2:57 22-Give Birth To A Smile
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Number of tracks: 22
Official DR value: DR11

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 689 kbps
Codec: FLAC

Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

Tracklist VNL02 - Roger Waters - The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking:
JP LP 1984 CBS Sony Inc., 28AP 2875

A1. 4.30 AM (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad) [03:13]
A2. 4.33 AM (Running Shoes) [04:07]
A3. 4.37 AM (Arabs With Knives And West German Skies) [02:17]
A4. 4.39 AM (For The First Time Today, Part 2) [02:02]
A5. 4.41 AM (Sexual Revolution) [04:49]
A6. 4.47 AM (The Remains Of Our Love) [03:09]
B1. 4.50 AM (Go Fishing) [07:00]
B2. 4.56 AM (For The First Time Today, Part 1) [01:37]
B3. 4.58 AM (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin) [03:03]
B4. 5.01 AM (The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking, Part 10) [04:36]
B5. 5.06 AM (Every Strangers Eyes) [04:48]
B6. 5.11 AM (The Moment Of Clarity) [01:30]

foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2017-02-23 12:22:05

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Analyzed: ROGER WATERS / The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR13 -4.68 dB -26.43 dB 3:13 01-4.30 AM (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad)
DR12 -2.29 dB -19.41 dB 4:08 02-4.33 AM (Running Shoes)
DR13 -6.97 dB -24.71 dB 2:17 03-4.37 AM (Arabs With Knives And West German Skies)
DR10 -3.91 dB -19.79 dB 2:02 04-4.39 AM (For The First Time Today, Part 2)
DR12 -1.06 dB -16.57 dB 4:49 05-4.41 AM (Sexual Revolution)
DR14 -6.18 dB -26.54 dB 3:09 06-4.47 AM (The Remains Of Our Love)
DR11 -2.73 dB -18.68 dB 7:00 07-4.50 AM (Go Fishing)
DR11 -5.51 dB -24.03 dB 1:38 08-4.56 AM (For The First Time Today, Part 1)
DR13 -1.73 dB -23.30 dB 3:04 09-4.58 AM (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)
DR12 -1.33 dB -15.73 dB 4:37 10-5.01 AM (The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking, Part 10)
DR11 -3.67 dB -20.16 dB 4:49 11-5.06 AM (Every Strangers Eyes)
DR10 -10.80 dB -28.70 dB 1:30 12-5.11 AM (The Moment Of Clarity)
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR12

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 691 kbps
Codec: FLAC

Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

Tracklist VNL03 - Roger Waters - Radio K.A.O.S.:
JP LP 1987 CBS Sony Inc, 28AP 3361

A1. Radio Waves [05:30]
A2. Who Needs Information? [05:25]
A3. Me Or Him? [05:24]
A4. The Powers That Be [04:03]
B1. Sunset Strip [05:19]
B2. Home [06:00]
B3. Four Minutes [04:00]
B4. The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid) [05:48]

foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2017-02-23 12:22:19

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Analyzed: ROGER WATERS / Radio K.A.O.S.
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR12 -1.96 dB -16.72 dB 5:30 01-Radio Waves
DR13 -1.72 dB -16.96 dB 5:25 02-Who Needs Information?
DR14 -3.26 dB -20.88 dB 5:25 03-Me Or Him?
DR12 -1.66 dB -17.34 dB 4:03 04-The Powers That Be
DR12 -2.35 dB -17.67 dB 5:19 05-Sunset Strip
DR13 -2.01 dB -17.56 dB 6:00 06-Home
DR11 -1.54 dB -18.70 dB 4:01 07-Four Minutes
DR13 -3.84 dB -21.72 dB 5:48 08-The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)
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Number of tracks: 8
Official DR value: DR12

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 771 kbps
Codec: FLAC

Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

Tracklist VNL04 - Roger Waters - The Wall: Live in Berlin:
NL 2 x LP PolyGram International Music B.V., 846 611-1

A1. In The Flesh (feat. Scorpions) [04:06]
A2. The Thin Ice (vocal Ute Lemper) [03:00]
A3. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1) (saxophone Garth Hudson) [03:49]
A4. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives (back voc. Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Stan Farber, Jim Haas) [01:21]
A5. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) (voc. Cyndi Lauper, feat. Thomas Dolby) [06:26]
A6. Mother (voc. Sinead O'Connor, accordion Garth Hudson) [06:49]
B1. Goodbye Blue Sky (voc. Joni Mitchell, flute James Galway) [03:55]
B2. Empty Spaces (feat. Bryan Adams) [03:47]
B3. Young Lust (feat. Bryan Adams) [05:10]
B4. Oh My God - What A Fabulous Room (voc. Jerry Hall) [03:44]
B5. One Of My Turns [04:25]
B6. Don't Leave Me Now [04:09]
B7. Goodbye Cruel World [01:41]
C1. Hey You (feat. Paul Carrack) [05:01]
C2. Is There Anybody Out There? (The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir) [03:03]
C3. Nobody Home (Snowy White) [04:34]
C4. Vera (feat. The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir) [01:24]
C5. Bring The Boys Back Home (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army) [02:41]
C6. Comfortably Numb (voc. Van Morrison) [08:10]
D1. In The Flesh (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army) [05:03]
D2. Run Like Hell (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army) [05:02]
D3. Waiting For The Worms (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army) [04:20]
D4. Stop (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army) [00:23]
D5. The Trial (voc. Albert Finney, Marianne Faithfull, Thomas Dolby, Tim Curry, Ute Lemper) [05:50]
D6. The Tide Is Turning [07:19]

foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2017-02-23 12:22:44

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Analyzed: ROGER WATERS / The Wall: Live In Berlin (2LP)
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR14 -0.25 dB -17.24 dB 4:06 01-A1. In The Flesh (feat. Scorpions)
DR14 -1.24 dB -20.11 dB 2:59 02-A2. The Thin Ice (vocal Ute Lemper)
DR13 -3.88 dB -20.07 dB 3:48 03-A3. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1) (saxophone Garth Hudson)
DR14 -2.49 dB -19.98 dB 1:21 04-A4. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives (back voc. Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Stan Farber, Jim Haas)
DR15 -1.78 dB -19.48 dB 6:25 05-A5. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) (voc. Cyndi Lauper, feat. Thomas Dolby)
DR15 -1.74 dB -20.89 dB 6:49 06-A6. Mother (voc. Sinead O'Connor, accordion Garth Hudson)
DR13 -1.83 dB -18.64 dB 3:55 07-B1. Goodbye Blue Sky (voc. Joni Mitchell, flute James Galway)
DR14 -0.32 dB -16.71 dB 3:47 08-B2. Empty Spaces (feat. Bryan Adams)
DR14 -0.78 dB -17.61 dB 5:09 09-B3. Young Lust (feat. Bryan Adams)
DR14 -0.91 dB -19.34 dB 3:44 10-B4. Oh My God - What A Fabulous Room (voc. Jerry Hall)
DR14 -1.43 dB -21.32 dB 4:25 11-B5. One Of My Turns
DR13 -0.92 dB -18.06 dB 4:09 12-B6. Don't Leave Me Now
DR11 -7.82 dB -27.72 dB 1:41 13-B7. Goodbye Cruel World
DR14 -2.09 dB -20.13 dB 5:01 14-C1. Hey You (feat. Paul Carrack)
DR15 -3.93 dB -24.67 dB 3:03 15-C2. Is There Anybody Out There? (The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir)
DR13 0.00 dB -17.51 dB 4:34 16-C3. Nobody Home (Snowy White)
DR12 -0.54 dB -22.32 dB 1:23 17-C4. Vera (feat. The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir)
DR12 -2.88 dB -19.35 dB 2:41 18-C5. Bring The Boys Back Home (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army)
DR13 -2.57 dB -19.05 dB 8:10 19-C6. Comfortably Numb (voc. Van Morrison)
DR13 -0.66 dB -16.88 dB 5:03 20-D1. In The Flesh (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army)
DR14 -0.23 dB -16.82 dB 5:02 21-D2. Run Like Hell (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army)
DR14 -0.90 dB -16.83 dB 4:19 22-D3. Waiting For The Worms (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army)
DR14 -5.61 dB -26.20 dB 0:23 23-D4. Stop (feat. The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army)
DR11 -2.48 dB -17.61 dB 5:50 24-D5. The Trial (voc. Albert Finney, Marianne Faithfull, Thomas Dolby, Tim Curry, Ute Lemper)
DR13 -1.02 dB -18.43 dB 7:19 25-D6. The Tide Is Turning
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Number of tracks: 25
Official DR value: DR13

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 793 kbps
Codec: FLAC

Roger Waters: Vinyl Collection (1970 - 1992) [Vinyl Rip 16/44 & mp3-320]

Tracklist VNL05 - Roger Waters - Amused To Death:
US 2 x LP 2015 Analogue Productions, APP 468761

A1. The Ballad Of Bill Hubbard [04:19]
A2. What God Wants, Part I [06:01]
A3. Perfect Sense, Part I [04:15]
A4. Perfect Sense, Part II [03:07]
B1. The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range [04:49]
B2. Late Home Tonight, Part I [04:02]
B3. Late Home Tonight, Part II [02:11]
B4. Too Much Rope [05:47]
B5. What God Wants, Part II [04:03]
C1. What God Wants, Part III [04:24]
C2. Watching TV [06:19]
C3. Three Wishes [07:02]
D1. It's A Miracle [08:31]
D2. Amused To Death [09:14]

foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2017-02-23 12:23:02

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Analyzed: ROGER WATERS / Amused To Death (2LP)
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR14 -8.95 dB -27.40 dB 4:19 01-A1. The Ballad Of Bill Hubbard
DR13 -1.22 dB -17.22 dB 6:01 02-A2. What God Wants, Part I
DR12 -5.72 dB -22.45 dB 4:15 03-A3. Perfect Sense, Part I
DR12 -3.06 dB -18.86 dB 3:07 04-A4. Perfect Sense, Part II
DR11 -4.30 dB -17.26 dB 4:49 05-B1. The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range
DR14 -0.14 dB -20.51 dB 4:01 06-B2. Late Home Tonight, Part I
DR12 -9.46 dB -27.46 dB 2:11 07-B3. Late Home Tonight, Part II
DR13 -2.72 dB -20.54 dB 5:47 08-B4. Too Much Rope
DR12 -3.85 dB -20.20 dB 4:03 09-B5. What God Wants, Part II
DR12 -3.28 dB -19.42 dB 4:24 10-C1. What God Wants, Part III
DR13 -7.59 dB -24.46 dB 6:19 11-C2. Watching TV
DR14 -1.40 dB -21.59 dB 7:02 12-C3. Three Wishes
DR15 -2.79 dB -24.21 dB 8:31 13-D1. It's A Miracle
DR14 -1.11 dB -20.56 dB 9:14 14-D2. Amused To Death
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Number of tracks: 14
Official DR value: DR13

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 689 kbps
Codec: FLAC

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